Ambassador Dozie Nwanna,
In an interview, Ambassador Nwanna warned that malicious allegations which abound freely on the internet were potentially dangerous, and could hurt people, their families, careers and reputation. He was reacting to widely circulated information on the internet started by Leadership, a Nigeria – based daily, which alleged that President Obasanjo was quizzed in connection with the Met’s ongoing investigation into the corrupt activities of James Ibori, the former governor of Delta state.
“Nigerians have the right to demand for transparency and good governance from their leaders – immediate and past, but we must also ensure that such expectations do not lead us on to the part of indulging in spurious allegations and speculations, such that we begin to undermine the good governance we all yearn for”, Ambassador Nwanna cautioned.
To this end, the Nigerian High Commission in the
The letter signed by Detective Superintendent Trevor Shepherd states that “There was no contact between this department with Chief Obasanjo in the
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